Sunday, March 24, 2019
CONSERVATIVE KANSAS CITY TAX FIGHTERS BLOCKED BY FACEBOOK!!!
Sunday night testimony from neighborhood activists looking to impact civic politics from a centre-right perspective.
More importantly, this local testimony follows along the right-wing narrative . . .
Daily Caller: Conservatives Say Facebook Is Suppressing Much Of Their Content. Here’s What Experts Say
Kansas City CFRG: Debate Presentation / Conservative Blocked by FACEBOOK
There were several Mayoral Candidate forums this past week . . . They were pretty much the same old, same old. KCPT had the largest debate on Wednesday night but they did not invite all the candidates. Clay Chastain, Vincent Lee and Henry Klein were left out of the mix but they showed up anyway. The debate host, Crosby Kemper, decided to give each of the three candidates who were left out a few minutes to state their case. In our opinion, Clay Chastain's presentation, even though it was spontaneous, was the best of the night.
Some of you may have seen this but if not: See for yourself . . .
Many Liberal, Socialist, Democrats felt Chastain was angry and possibly rude toward the audience. CFRG felt he was passionate and right on message. If this is anger, it is what we need. Somebody to shake up the field.
FACEBOOK BLOCKS BOOST…
We posted the presentation on the CFRG Facebook page and had several hundred hits the first few hours. We decided to use the Facebook “boost” procedure to spread the Chastain message out further. Facebook blocked us from doing this saying the content was too political. Mr. Chastain has stated he is a Conservative on most political issues. He states he is more liberal on mass transit but Conservative on other political matters. We asked Facebook if his Conservative stance had anything to do with them blocking our boost request. We have not heard back.
Please take the time to view this vigorous presentation and if you think it is worthy, share it, forward it or pass it along. Remember, if we continue to vote for the same people, we will never effect any changes at our City Hall.
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